Down 2 and on the Ropes

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This stat line from last night’s 94-82 loss to the Cavs in game two pretty much sums up the series thus far for Pistons fan, the Cavaliers never trailed in the ball game and were up by 27 points after three quarters. Another lackluster game for Detroit, whoa are now on the ropes going into […]

Round One Game Two – Pistons vs. Cavaliers

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The Pistons are down 1-0 in their first round series against the Cavaliers. Things must change if Detroit plans on sneaking out The Q with an upset, and they know it. Will Bynum: “We got to be more together, It’s not going to take one person to stop LeBron. It’s going to take all five […]

Have the Pistons Given Up?

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I can’t help but agree with a lot of what Chris McCosky said today: “It was the utter lack of urgency Detroit showed toward moving out of the eighth spot and avoiding a 66-victory Cleveland team that has come back to doom this team. Two giveaway losses to Chicago, the late meltdowns in Indiana and […]

Tayshaun Prince – We Have Seen it all in the Playoffs – Sheed Says “Knuckle Up”

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Before the Playoffs began Tayshaun Prince was confident that Detroit’s experience would help them in the Cavs series. I wonder how he feels after game one? httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-9Xydes7IY Curry on Stopping LeBron: “Our initial pressure on the ball wasn’t good enough, so we got to do a better job of that,” Curry said. “Who’s ever on […]

Playoff Spot Secured

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The Pistons may be in the “spot” they are not used to, but at least they are in one.  With Detroit’s 100-93 victory over the Nets Friday night at the Palace, Detroit secured their playoff spot.  What spot they will end up in is still up in the air with Detroit are tied with Chicago […]

The Pistons vs. The Nuggets: Mr. Big Shot Returns

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The Pistons take on the 39-21 Denver Nuggets at home for the first time since Chauncey Billups was traded from Detroit.  Billups acknowledges it will be emotional to play at The Palace for the first time as an ex-Piston, but I can only imagine how he feels one the fans welcome him back. “It will […]

Allen Iverson must be Angry

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ESPN is reporting that Allen Iverson will NOT be dressed in Piston red, white and blue for the third straight game.  Remember, he returned to Detroit with “back issues” to get a doctor’s opinion after his MRI following Detroit’s 87-90 loss to the Hornets.  He also was MIA in Boston and now that the team […]

The Pistons vs. The Celtics

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The Pistons are in Boston for an early Sunday afternoon game with The Celtics. If Detroit’s past has anything to do with today’s game, the Pistons are in a world of trouble. The Pistons must overcome the past because they have some obstacles to deal with this afternoon. An early afternoon Sunday game. A Nationally […]

The Pistons vs. The Magic

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Richard Hamilton takes the floor tonight against the 45-15 Orlando Magic in his familiar, and well deserved role as the starting shooting guard for The Detroit Pistons. Allen Iverson, who is likely to be a game time decision because of his strained back, will come off the bench for Detroit. A role that Iverson has […]

Rip is BACK – In the starting lineup, Iverson to the Bench!

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The Detroit Pistons see-saw madness continues (not that I’m unhappy about Rip’s return). The Detroit Free Press: “Pistons coach Michael Curry announced this morning that Rip Hamilton will be back in the starting lineup, playing alongside Rodney Stuckey, in an effort to jumpstart a team in the midst of an eight-game losing streak. “It’s nothing […]

The Pistons vs. The Hornets

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The Pistons probably aren’t looking forward to their second game in two nights against Chris Paul and the 33-22 New Orleans Hornets.  And as Pistons fans I don’t think I have to tell you why. OK I guess I will tell you a little something that’s eating on all of us right now. First time […]